The crypto market experienced its first major dip of 2021 on May 19, with Bitcoin going from highs of $64,000 to as low as $30,000. However, that did not stop the public sale of QDX — the native token of Quidax — from being sold out in less than 48 hours.
Africa-based crypto exchange Quidax disclosed that it had registered more than $3 billion in transaction volume since the start of its operation in 2018, with over 400,000 customers across over 70 countries. Quidax is also set to become the global home of BEP20 tokens.
The listing of $QDX on Quidax’s platform and DeFi platform, JulSwap, started from May 23.
The exchange has revealed its QDX roadmap, laying out the development plan within the QDX ecosystem — which includes the listing of tokens such as BNB, DOGE and SHIB.
According to the roadmap, QDX Vault will be launched as the QDX ecosystem’s first major product. Users can stake their QDX tokens and earn token airdrops from all other tokens available on the exchange.
Moreover, Quidax and JulSwap community members that hold QDX can expect an airdrop to occur in June.
Last but not least, the roadmap hints at a launch of a self-service listing which is expected to go live in August. This unique feature offers a way for BEP20 projects to list their tokens on Quidax’s exchange within 24 hours.
Quidax recently announced that it would be listing the native token of a major blockchain-based gaming platform, Wall Street Games — Wall Street Games Token (WSG).